Multicultural Business Programs facilitates international study abroad programs that give students an opportunity to gain insight into the global business opportunities, social and corporate cultures of these nations and enhance their academic knowledge to explore business opportunities around the world.
This one-week program takes place in Havana, Cuba during the MSU spring break and is designed to provide business majors the opportunity to become knowledgeable of Cuba’s arts, culture and history. Students will gain insight into the Cuba’s tourism and health care industries as well participate in a community service project. Students will visit the University of Havana, museums, artists’ studios, local religious communities, music venues and historical sites.
This 17-day program takes place on the campuses of the University of Cape Town and the University of Stellenbosch, and is designed to provide business majors the opportunity to become knowledgeable of South Africa’s increasing position as a major partner in U.S. and world trade.
Students will gain insight into the corporate and social cultures of South African trading partners and customers. They will learn how to balance the needs and demands of shareholders, customers, and employers with local customs and government regulations. Site visits to South African companies and businesses will give students first-hand experience in these organizations.